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In this paper I discuss some of the early history of quantum information theory. By considering the question of whether entanglement is “monogamous,” I illustrate Charles Bennett's influence on modern quantum information theory. Finally, I review our recent answers to this entanglement question and its relation to Bell inequalities.
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